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Monthly Archives: March 2017

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The science of attraction

Why are you attracted to someone? Is it hormones? Or maybe your immune system?

Photo: New Zealand International Film Festival

Review: The Salesman

Georgie Welch reviews Asghar Farhadi’s Oscar winning drama

St. Paul's Cathedral, London: Photo - Jack Greeney

Five more UK destinations to visit this Easter

Continuing from last week’s article, Jack Greeney takes a look at five more great UK locations to visit over Easter break

Photo: Anthony Robling

Review: Yank! The Musical

A tonally confused musical lifted by some fantastic performances and moments of pathos and humour

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LeFou or LeWho?

With the release of Beauty and The Beast this week, we look at the controversy surrounding LeFou and his (possible) homosexuality, and question whether the fuss is worth it

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Album: Spoon – Hot Thoughts

The indie rock titans return with their latest masterpiece

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Live: Cosmo Calling

Cosmo Calling are buoyed by a receptive audience and play a bright, enjoyable set, writes Callum Oliver

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I followed my favourite band across Europe

Reckless? Yes. Stupid? Yes. The best experience ever? Absolutely. Katie Shepherd writes about her experience following her favourite band across the continent

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The toxicity of student politics

Ex-Co Chair of Manchester Labour Students, Ally Routledge, details the scenery of her journey through student politics

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Debunking sex myths

To conclude Sex Week 2017, here is a list of myths about sex and the reality behind them

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Preview: Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival

Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival promotes up-and-coming filmmakers

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Record Reappraisal: Avril Lavigne – Let Go

Rebekah Shaw affectionately looks back at the Canadian singer’s 15-year-old skater-rock debut